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CVE-2021-42667 Scanner

Detects 'SQL Injection' vulnerability in Sourcecodester Online Event Booking and Reservation System affects v. before 2.3.0.


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Single Scan

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4



Sourcecodester Online Event Booking and Reservation System is a PHP-based web application that enables users to book and reserve events online. This system is widely used in various fields, including event planning businesses, conference organizations, and wedding management companies. The purpose of this product is to provide a convenient and accessible online platform for event bookings to companies across the world.

The vulnerability code CVE-2021-42667 has been detected in the Sourcecodester Online Event Booking and Reservation System. This SQL Injection vulnerability occurs in the event-management/views of the application. The code allows an attacker to manipulate SQL queries and access sensitive data from the web server. Additionally, this vulnerability can also lead to remote code execution on the target web server.

Exploitation of this vulnerability can have severe consequences for the businesses using the Sourcecodester Online Event Booking and Reservation System. Attackers can gain access to confidential data, which may include personal information about the clients or financial details of the company. This can lead to reputational damage, loss of clients, and financial losses for the company. Remote code execution can also enable attackers to further penetrate the system and cause significant damage. offers a Pro feature that enables users to quickly and easily learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets. This feature provides users with valuable information that can help them protect their systems against such attacks. By using this feature, businesses can safeguard their sensitive data and ensure that their online platforms remain secure.



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